News: Episcopal News Service September 23, 2015

 

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September 23, 2015


WORLDWIDE

Canada: Same-sex marriage ‘theologically possible,’ says commission
The Anglican Church of Canada may want to look at same-sex marriages as partaking “in the same covenant” as heterosexual unions, but “on somewhat different terms,” and possibly involving alternate liturgies, recommends the report of the Commission on the Marriage Canon, released Sept. 22.

Archbishop launches monastic-inspired community for young Christians
Archbishop Justin Welby commissioned the first members of the Community of St. Anselm in a special service at Lambeth Palace on Sept. 18.

Communion urged to join movement for implementation of SDGs
The Anglican Alliance is encouraging the provinces of the Anglican Communion to join in the call for the ambitious implementation of the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) in all countries, for all people.

Melanesian brother murdered in Papua New Guinea
The Anglican Church of Melanesia has announced that a member of the Melanesian Brotherhood (Solomon Islands) in Popondetta, Oro Province, Papua New Guinea, has been murdered.

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BLOG

Lutheran, Episcopal leaders in DC to address role of faith and politics

EPPN Alert: Strengthen Nutrition Legislation

Presiding Bishop preaches in Radnor, Pennsylvania

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OBITUARIES

RIP: Author, lecturer Phyllis A. Tickle dies at 81

 


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